#Timesspecialedit: How men can wear florals head to toe

A few years ago, when men started experimenting in fashion and decided to blur the gender lines by experimenting with newer prints and silhouettes, fashion glossies and men’s style guide blogs would have suggestions for them on how they can play it subtle in those styles without going overboard. But now the trend has shifted to maximalism. You set new rules and create trends. And if you are a fan of florals and wish to incorporate this dandy print in your wardrobe, we would suggest you to push the envelope and go all out by wearing head to toe florals in the coolest way possible. In our special edit, we show you how much can wear all over floral prints and be the man about town. Read on.

Coalesce your floral suit with a floral Tee

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Model Arjun Sethi rocks a floral print suit in velvet from Varun Bahl with a floral T-shirt from Siddhartha Bansal. He teams off his look with a pair of electric blue sandals from Melissa. The gold earrings are from Studio Kasa.

Colour blocking done right

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Model Arjun Sahney rocks this printed sunflower shirt with pair of printed pink pants. It’s time to bold when it comes to colours this season.

Layer it up

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Model Deepu Rawat is wearing a Garden of Squirrel shacket with a matching shirt and shorts from Triune. His look has been accessorised with strand of pearls from The Neko Neko Shop.

Mix and match

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You can combine different floral prints together and rock it like model Arjun Sethi, who is wearing a threadwork shacket with a print shirt and pants from Abraham & Thakore.

Creative direction, styling and words: Akshay Kaushal
Photographer: Sarang Gupta
Hair and makeup: Amita Juneja
Fashion assistant: Diksha Chaudhary
Wardrobe: Varun Bahl ,Siddhartha Bansal and Triune Models: Arjun Sahney, Arjun Sethi and Deepu Rawat
Accessory: The Neko Neko Shop and Studio Kassa
Shoes: Melissa and Jeetinder Sandhu
Location: Cosy Box